Risk Reduction

Moderate to high-risk offenders may be assigned to Risk Reduction Supervision. Officers utilize the following risk reduction and supervision strategies:

  • Address an offender’s specific criminogenic need areas
  • Assist offenders in complying with court ordered conditions
  • Communicate with community resources (treatment provider, employer, support system) to assess offender progress
  • Develop individualized case plans to include the appropriate dosage (hours) of the following:
    • Interventions (cognitive-behavioral)
    • Programming
    • Treatments (behavioral health)
  • Empower offenders to make positive changes in their thinking
  • Enforce Court ordered restitution requirements
  • Engage in quality interaction with the offender to include both behavior change strategies and accountability measures
  • Ensure adherence to reporting requirements
  • Ensure community supervision home visits are conducted
  • Notify Court of potential violations and make appropriate recommendations
  • Promote pro-social behavior through interventions and skill practice